Monthly Archives: June 2020
The Bohemian Hotel in Iowa City, once known as the Highlander Hotel, will officially open its doors this Friday.
The difficult business climate will continue to challenge the state’s largest companies through the end of the year, according to the latest Economic Outlook Survey released today by the Iowa Business Council (IBC).
Gov. Kim Reynolds and members of President Trump’s American Workforce Advisory Board discussed Friday how America’s recovery from COVID-19 will be driven by upskilling and reskilling the American worker.
Iowa City officials have closed a one-block stretch of North Linn Street in downtown Iowa City to make way for what area restaurateurs are calling the “Northside Outside.”
Corridor businesses have received nearly $15 million from an emergency grant program intended to toss a temporary lifeline to places hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Enter the world of supply chain disruption. It’s been the buzzword of the year for manufacturers in the pandemic.
Passenger numbers at the Eastern Iowa Airport (CID) are tracking upward as travelers return to the skies, with May registering a more than four-fold increase from April’s low point.
The Corridor Business Journal was honored virtually on June 25 with five awards by the national Alliance of Area Business Publishers (AABP), including three gold awards and a bronze as Best Newspaper – Small Tabloid.
The Cedar Rapids City Council has chosen a local development group to enter final talks with for the First & First West site the city is offering for development in the Kingston Village district.
May home sales in Iowa fell 19.8% according to the Iowa Association of Realtors, as the effects of the COVID-19 lockdown on spring contract signings hit the data.